COVID-19 Resources

Up-to-date Information from the State of Washington
Washington State launched a website that can be considered the definitive, comprehensive source for information on coronavirus. You can find links to official information from a wide range of trusted sources, including government and community services.


How to File Unemployment
Apply for unemployment here:

The video to the right shows you how to file your weekly claim.


Resources for Construction Workers
The Washington State Labor Council, AFL-CIO and its affiliated unions are working together to protect all who live in Washington state amid the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak.

Resources for Residents of King County:

Regional Donations Connector

King County has developed a Regional Donations Connector at that connects those who want to help with organizations seeking assistance.

The goal of the site is to connect those who want to help – either through volunteering or providing donations – with non-profits who are looking for support. If your organization would like to make a request for support, visit to create an account and register your request. 

Resources for Veterans

Before visiting local VA medical facilities, community providers, urgent care centers, or emergency departments in their communities, veterans experiencing COVID-19 symptoms—such as fever, cough, and shortness of breath—are encouraged to call their VA medical facility or call MyVA311 (844-698-2311, press #3 to be connected). Veterans can also send secure messages to their health care providers via MyhealtheVet, VA’s online patient portal. VA clinicians will evaluate veterans’ symptoms and direct them to the most appropriate providers for further evaluation and treatment.

United Way of King County

The United Way of King County has set up a site where non-profits can list any volunteer opportunities and in-kind donation needs they may have during this crisis – the link to that site is

Unemployment and Workers’ Compensation

The King County Council has put together a list of resources to help navigate different agencies and how to file for unemployment or workers’ compensation. Anyone who has lost their job due to coronavirus, had to self-quarantine, or take care of an infected relative should file for unemployment insurance. Governor Inslee announced a one-week waiver period to receive unemployment, getting people resources they need more quickly. Anyone whose job brought them into direct contact with an infected person should apply for workers’ compensation

Housing Stability

March 8, 2021 Governor Inslee announced a 30-day statewide moratorium on evictions of residential tenants.

Food Assistance

If you’re looking for help feeding yourself or your family, visit the Food Lifeline website to find a partner food bank, food pantry, or hot meal program in your neighborhood. This food is free and available to you, even if you don’t qualify for SNAP or EBT.

Resources for Residents of Pierce County:

Resources for Residents of Snohomish County:

If you are in the Mill Creek area and would like more information on receiving groceries for your family, please visit or email

If you are in the Arlington area and would like more information on receiving groceries for your family, please email